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Topic: Apologetics, Book Review, Dialogue
I had the privilege of co-authoring (with Ed Smither) the chapter on Timothy of Baghdad (727-823) in the recently released book The History of Apologetics. In the chapter, we discuss the context of the Eastern Church under Muslim rule and…
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Topic: Apologetics, Book Review, Dialogue, Dialogue, Mission and Evangelism
Rick Love’s life and legacy resonate deeply with the Zwemer Center of Muslim-Christian Relations at Columbia International University. As Ed Smither, Dean of Intercultural Studies at CIU, put it: “Rick loved Muslims and they loved him.” Yet, beyond his work…
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Topic: Apologetics, Book Review, Dialogue, Dialogue, Mission and Evangelism, Dialogue, Education & Society
By now, everyone has heard of the shootings at the two mosques of Al Noor and Linwood in Christchurch, New Zealand, that led to the deaths of 50 Muslims and the wounding of 50 others at prayer on Friday the 15th of March…
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Topic: Apologetics, Book Review, Dialogue, Dialogue, Mission and Evangelism, Dialogue, Education & Society, Dialogue, Radicalism
Images of what a 24-year-old, white male did at a mosque in Christchurch, reminded me of something: “We have seen the face of evil and it is us.” I also recalled a similar incident much closer to home. It happened…
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Topic: Apologetics, Book Review, Dialogue, Dialogue, Mission and Evangelism, Dialogue, Education & Society, Dialogue, Radicalism, Dialogue, History & Politics
As Christians involve themselves – for good and for bad – in the divisive politics and cultural struggles of our nation, it is assumed they do so to preserve and advance a moral ethic consistent with Scripture. Unfortunately, it can…
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Topic: Apologetics, Book Review, Dialogue, Dialogue, Mission and Evangelism, Dialogue, Education & Society, Dialogue, Radicalism, Dialogue, History & Politics, Comparative Religion, Dialogue, Quran & Hadith
Years ago I had a conversation with a Muslim who was being critical of the Bible for several reasons.  One that I found very interesting was that he thought it was horrible that the Bible portrayed Jesus as a terrorist. …
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Topic: Apologetics, Book Review, Dialogue, Dialogue, Mission and Evangelism, Dialogue, Education & Society, Dialogue, Radicalism, Dialogue, History & Politics, Comparative Religion, Dialogue, Quran & Hadith, Dialogue, Mission and Evangelism
I have been suspicious of conversion stories since I read Augustine’s Confessions and saw how he agonized over stealing some pears from his neighbor’s tree and yet forgetting to mention his illegitimate child and any contrition about that. On the…
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Topic: Apologetics, Book Review, Dialogue, Dialogue, Mission and Evangelism, Dialogue, Education & Society, Dialogue, Radicalism, Dialogue, History & Politics, Comparative Religion, Dialogue, Quran & Hadith, Dialogue, Mission and Evangelism, Comparative Religion, Dialogue
Several years ago I took a class of graduate students at a Christian university to a mosque to meet Muslims. The mosque had a new man in charge of da’wah (evangelism or literally “invitation”) who proceeded to tell us what the Bible really…
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Topic: Apologetics, Book Review, Dialogue, Dialogue, Mission and Evangelism, Dialogue, Education & Society, Dialogue, Radicalism, Dialogue, History & Politics, Comparative Religion, Dialogue, Quran & Hadith, Dialogue, Mission and Evangelism, Comparative Religion, Dialogue, American Muslims, Dialogue, History & Politics
Perhaps the first incident that began to plant negative seeds about Muslims began with the 1979 Iranian hostage crisis. This might be the case, but most Muslims remained in the background until the attacks on 9/11 brought American Muslims to…
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Topic: Apologetics, Book Review, Dialogue, Dialogue, Mission and Evangelism, Dialogue, Education & Society, Dialogue, Radicalism, Dialogue, History & Politics, Comparative Religion, Dialogue, Quran & Hadith, Dialogue, Mission and Evangelism, Comparative Religion, Dialogue, American Muslims, Dialogue, History & Politics, American Muslims, Dialogue
Dear Mr. Graham, I’d like to introduce you to some friends of mine. The first friend is Golnaz. Golnaz is a bright and beautiful young woman from Iran. My husband first met her while working on a project at Harvard…
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Topic: Apologetics, Book Review, Dialogue, Dialogue, Mission and Evangelism, Dialogue, Education & Society, Dialogue, Radicalism, Dialogue, History & Politics, Comparative Religion, Dialogue, Quran & Hadith, Dialogue, Mission and Evangelism, Comparative Religion, Dialogue, American Muslims, Dialogue, History & Politics, American Muslims, Dialogue, Dialogue, Mission and Evangelism
The surge of violence in large swaths of the Muslim world seems to get worse by the week. We can hardly begin to comprehend the suffering of people living in war torn areas, let alone know how to pray for…
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Topic: Apologetics, Book Review, Dialogue, Dialogue, Mission and Evangelism, Dialogue, Education & Society, Dialogue, Radicalism, Dialogue, History & Politics, Comparative Religion, Dialogue, Quran & Hadith, Dialogue, Mission and Evangelism, Comparative Religion, Dialogue, American Muslims, Dialogue, History & Politics, American Muslims, Dialogue, Dialogue, Mission and Evangelism, Comparative Religion, Dialogue, Mission and Evangelism
Christians and Muslims in America have an image problem.  The rest of the world sees us as intolerant, belligerent, prideful, nationalistic, and extremist. As the daughter of Christian and Muslim parents, I feel like a kid stuck in a bad…
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